MARYSVILLE, Kan. (WIBW) -- All four suspects linked to several thefts over the Fourth of July weekend were captured on Tuesday, according to the Marysville Police Dept. (MPD)
Chief Todd Ackerman said they caught them after getting a tip from a man who saw the story about the robberies on the morning news and had happened to see one of the stolen vehicles.
Ackerman didn't say who the suspects were.
Surveillance video at a Marysville Wal-Mart had caught them on tape. On Monday, the MPD said the suspects were traveling in a large white Majestic RV that was stolen in Omaha, Nebraska and a red 4-door Chevrolet truck.
hey reportedly stole a 1996 Ford F-250, 2013 flatbed trailer, 2014 Grasshopper lawn mower, 2013 Kubota RTV side by side ATV, causing thousands of dollars worth of damages in the process.
The Ford pickup and trailer were found Monday morning below the dam on River Pond Road in Tuttle Creek State Park in Pottawatomie Co.
Posted by: Nick Viviani